2022-23 Spanish Teaching Position - Bellarmine Prep, Tacoma
Bellarmine is a Catholic Jesuit college preparatory secondary school with an enrollment of 890 students in grades 9-12. The successful candidate for this position will demonstrate a commitment to work with a talented and motivated student population and faculty utilizing a 1-1 iPad program. Bellarmine fosters amongst its governing board members, administrators, faculty members, staff persons, and students a commitment to embrace and celebrate the diversity of the school’s family and the broader community. Our school has made a strong commitment to promoting diversity of our faculty. We encourage persons of all backgrounds to apply.
Bellarmine is currently seeking a Spanish Teacher for a full–time position for the upcoming academic year. The ideal candidate will have experience/passion for teaching Spanish at the high school level, preferably with experience and appreciation for the Jesuit model of education.
- Full time
- Minimum BA degree in subject area
- High School Teaching experience preferred
- Ability to teach various Spanish courses and age levels
- Understanding of educational theory and practice
- Ability to teach a full range of courses offered by the department
- Ability to use current learning management technology
- Commitment to working with a diverse student body
- Excellent communication skills and a commitment to collaboration
Closing date: May 13, 2022
- Salary is based on level of education and years of experience Full benefits included
Please complete the Applitrack application and send a cover letter, resume, and Bellarmine Teacher Application to: Jessica Achziger, Administrative Assistant to the Principal, email@example.com
- Applications will be reviewed in the order they are received.
- Bellarmine Teacher Applications are available to download at www.bellarmineprep.org
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